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White meat isn't always healthier than red meat. Surprised? Keep reading.
Here's why your body mists sweat from every crevice when you eat copious amounts of protein.
The best way to entertain a crowd.
When you're over burgers and hot dogs, get out these gorgeous antipasto platters and cheese plates.
Raw chicken, beef and pork carry foodborne illnesses that can make you sick. Here's how to prevent contamination.
Choosy moms choose their favorite flavors from Buzz Pop, FrutaPop, Claffey's and more.
Kimchi grilled cheese? Ravioli with peas and prosciutto? Yes, please.
Give pasta salad the makeover it deserves.
The popularity of Texas-style BBQ has white-washed a cuisine that was rooted in Native American and African heritage.
Avocados and tequila may come as no surprise, but Oreos? Hold on a second!
“The thing about beignets is, they’re basically doughnuts. What makes it New Orleans is the way people obsess over it."
Consider adding these flavorful cuts to your next recipe, from trotters to ham hocks.
The frozen treat is a favorite among Americans, including former Vice President Joe Biden.
The basic recipe is simple, but there are so many ways to customize this beloved beverage.
Here's the dirt on whether you really need to wash your produce (or use a special soap) and why it matters.
Experts explain the link between the two and how the meat itself can be a bigger culprit than the grill.
Chewy, fudgy, shiny, gooey: Everyone has their own definition of the perfect brownie.
If your cakes and cookies are coming out wrong, it could be because you're buying the wrong size eggs.
Sick of runny fruit pies that flood your dessert plate? Grab a bottle of juice.
Aaron Franklin and other meat masters can help turn your backyard into a killer party spot.
HuffPost Food & Drink’s series Consumed shines a light on Americans’ obsession with food, one topic at a time. July's theme is meat.
In America, one person's ideal macaroni and cheese is another person's idea of blasphemy, depending on your region, race and upbringing.
The plant-based struggle is real.
June 19 marks the official end of chattel slavery in the United States — and to celebrate the holiday means to pay homage to black food history.
Pimento cheese, Kentucky beer cheese and Mississippi Sin Dip all need to be a part of your repertoire.
A novice and a professionally trained food editor tried it so you don't have to.
Hochstadter, Underwood, Boulevard Brewing Co. and more made the cut. See how your favorites did.
Chefs like Éric Ripert, Aarón Sánchez and Rick Bayless make fancy food at work, but at home they just want puppy chow and cinnamon rolls.
Collard greens are traditionally cooked with fatty, indulgent meats. But you can make them healthier — and still authentic, dietitians say.
Learn how to make gorgeous layer cakes from America's South, including hummingbird carrot cake, red velvet and more.
Pros from Husk, Prince's Hot Chicken and more share their tips and tricks.
It remains unclear if children will actually want to eat salad after squeezing ranch out of a frosting tube.
Chef and JuneBaby owner Edouardo Jordan talks about race and why it's important that you understand the history of what you eat.
While there's little we can do to avoid consuming PFAS, there are a few foods that contain a particularly large amount of them.
Starbucks, Trader Joe's, Chameleon, Stumptown, High Brew and La Colombe have new offerings, and we've tasted them.